See Inside an Academy Award-Winning Director’s Redding Home
It was once the home of an Academy Award winning director, and now you can have a piece of Hollywood history in Redding for just $19 million.
It's called Maple Hill Farm, it sits on 47 acres, and for 17 years up until 2012, it was the home of Director Barry Levinson.
Levinson is best known for winning the Best Director Oscar in 1988 for Rain Man. He's also directed some other pretty big Hollywood blockbusters like Good Morning Vietnam, Diner, Wag the Dog, Man of the Year and many more.
Levinson sold the 18th century estate in 2012, and according to cottegesgardens.com, it's since been remodeled, but its history and elegance remains intact.
The price tag includes a working barn and boat house, a state of the art recording studio, horse stalls, tennis courts, and of course, a massive swimming pool.
The house is 9,720 square feet with seven bedrooms, six full bathrooms, three half baths, and as mentioned above, sits on a little over 47 acres.
Now let's take a look inside this luxurious home, just about an hour from New York City: